When it was built in 1929, Mies van der Rohe’s German Pavilion meant a rupture with old ideas and traditional notions of architecture. The flowing, open space of the building invites you to wander through the infinite number of possible itineraries. In this context and loyal to the creative, modern and innovative spirit of what today is undoubtedly one of the icons of modern architecture, our proposal ventures to explore new paths to discover this unique work.
By means of a digital simulation, photographs and plans, we will guide you through the different spaces and moments in the history of the legendary building. The visit is conducted as an online webinar and has a duration of approximately 40 minutes, plus questions and answers.
Lorenzo Kárász: Director of Guiding Architetcs Barcelona. Architect and architectural photographer. Disseminator of Barcelona’s architecture.
Aimed at the general public interested in architecture.